Top Yeilding Us Companies Dividend Stocks in the United States

Top Yeilding Us Companies

Compare the dividend stocks in the United States by dividend yield, payout ratio, P/E, earnings per share (EPS) and dividend per share (DPS).

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Stock name Dividend Yield
Hannon Armstrong 0.890 5.70
Urstadt Biddle Properties -0.900 5.70
New York Comm Bancorp 0.560 5.70
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers 0.840 5.69
Ford Motor 0.900 5.68
Ishares S&p Us Preferred Stock Index Fund 5.67
Main Street Capital 0.400 5.65
Mfs High Income Municipal Trust 5.63
Idt 0.860 5.63
Kimco Realty 0.330 5.58
Brixmor Property Group 0.780 5.55
Rice Midstream Partners Lp -1.240 5.50
Royce Focus Trust 5.49
Nve 2.020 5.49
Magellan Midstream Partners 0.650 5.49
Royce Value Trust 5.48
Ryman Hospitality Properties 0.760 5.48
American Science And Engineering 0.200 5.41
Mvc Capital 0.290 5.40
Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical -0.330 5.37
Westpac Banking 1.550 5.37
Dws High Income Trust 5.35
Macerich 1.140 5.34
Western Gas Equity Partners Lp 0.550 5.33
Franklin Universal Trust 5.32
Archrock 0.660 5.30
Rio Tinto 0.980 5.28
H&e Equipment Services 1.480 5.27
Preferred Apartment Communities 1.200 5.26
Wsi Industries 1.210 5.25
At&t 0.750 5.24
Urstadt Biddle Properties 0.340 5.22
Gramercy Property Trust 1.000 5.19
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria 1.150 5.19
Lamar Advertising 0.670 5.17
Stag Industrial 0.790 5.16
Cedar Fair Lp 0.650 5.15
Occidental Petroleum 0.740 5.14
Hcp 1.010 5.13
Physicians Realty Trust 1.350 5.13
Cal-maine Foods 0.820 5.12
Eqt Midstream Partners Lp 0.550 5.11
Blackrock Muniyield California Insured Fund 5.10
Tribune Publishing 2.100 5.08
Ishares Iboxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond Fund 5.08
Crown Crafts 0.940 5.08
Glaxosmithkline 0.540 5.07
Retail Properties Of America 0.810 5.06
Dsw 1.100 5.05
Capital Southwest 5.05

Articles featuring Hannon Armstrong (HASI):

Dividend Dog Followers Dream Of High Yields And Leprechauns In March

Followers Selections February to March invitations at the bottom of my Seeking Alpha articles requested an e-mail address, favorite dividend stock ticker, and favorite sports team from readers. In exchange for these answers, a summary of reports describing my best-performing dogs of the week (DOTW) in now two portfolios. My full complement of 52 ace DOTWs in DOTW I revealed 12 top monthly dogs, 4 top quarterly winners, dog of the year and a runner-up honored in an on-line celebration back... Read more

January/February Dividend Income Update

Quite often we hear about people benchmarking their portfolio's returns to those of the S&P 500 (NYSEARCA: SPY), or the sector/industry that they specialize in, or against a strategy specific ETF (like the Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (NYSEARCA: VIG) for DGIers, for instance) to gauge the success of their performance over set periods of time. I think there's a lot of validity to these benchmark checks. If you've got a long-term investing horizon and one of the major... Read more

Hannon Armstrong: Why A Drop In Share Price Creates A High-Yield Buying Opportunity

Source: Congressional Budget Office After the market closed on Monday, March 5, Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital (NYSE: HASI) priced 3 million shares at $19.20 per share, plus a normal 30-day underwriter greenshoe. Predictably, HASI shares dropped down by over (-3%) to the secondary price for most of the day, which created a buying opportunity for investors looking for an attractive entry point. This spike down resulted in a 6.8% yield-on-cost opportunity based... Read more

Screening For Dividend Growth Investments: My Current Buy List

Someone recently asked me to "let them know what my next investment was going to be, so they could get in at the price I pay." I usually keep a running list of dividend stocks that I want to buy, along with target prices, but I hadn't updated the list in a while. So I decided to do a little research and see what sort of compelling buys I could find in today's environment. Search Screening Criteria I used the following screening filters to give me a starting list of... Read more

Growing 15%, Yielding 7%, Yet Trading At Its Lowest Multiple?

I have a long list of stocks (100+) that I follow closely, covering all types of alternative investments (REITs, MLPs, BDCs, et cetera) as well as what I consider special situation usually tied to a theme or market I already know well. My recent article "CF Industries Is Up 30% Since My July Recommendation: Buy, Hold, Or Sell" is a good example. I consider most I come across as overvalued in today's market. I spend a substantial amount of time searching for opportunity across the... Read more

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